Asa explains why she doesn’t want to feel like a stranger in Nigeria.
Asa reveals why she doesn’t want to feel isolated in Nigeria.
The recording artist made this known while speaking ahead of her homecoming concert tagged, ‘Asa Live in Lagos.’
Nigerian-French singer, songwriter, and recording artist Bukola Elemide, professionally known as Asa, has explained in detail why she does not want to feel like a stranger in her fatherland, Nigeria.
The singer grew up in Lagos city, in the southwestern part of Nigeria, and 18 years later, returned to Paris, where she is currently based and start-up her life as an artist took off.
Asa has said she doesn’t want to appear like a stranger in her fatherland while speaking ahead of her homecoming concert tagged, ‘Asa Live in Lagos.’
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“I grab every opportunity to come home and perform. I do not want to be a stranger at home. Coming home this time around, I am super excited,”
Speaking further on what to expect, the “Fire on the mountain” singer said, “People need to see what Asa has been doing elsewhere around the world. It is a good thing to be back home performing. It is going to be a different experience. An Asa concert is one you will never forget because it is usually electric and full of life. There will be a lot of collaboration with the audience.”
In addition, The live event, which will be co-hosted by Basketmouth, will take place on Sunday, May 8, 2022, at the Eko Convention Centre on Victoria Island in Lagos.